Dil Wale Dulhania Le Jayenge celebrates 26 years of the epic love story; Kajol gets depressed

The brave hearted will take away the bride. Photo Credit: Twitter @taran_adarsh

The brave hearted will take away the bride. Photo Credit: Twitter @taran_adarsh

Who hasn’t watched Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge a million times? DDLJ is one of the most loved love stories across generations and the iconic pairing of Raj and Simran is still considered one of the most iconic.

The 1995 film was directed by Aditya Chopra and forever etched in our minds as an iconic pairing Shah Rukh Khan (Raj) and Kajol (Simran), who are still referred to in pop culture 26 years later. Is. Marking her calendar, Kajol took to Instagram to celebrate the milestone. The 47-year-old actor shared a short clip from the iconic climax scene. “Simran caught the train 26 years ago and we are still thanking everyone for all this love,” she captioned the video.

Here is the post:

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In the clip, Kajol’s reel father Amrish Puri is narrating his never-forgotten dialogue, “Ja Simran Jaa, Ji Le Apni Zindagi”. Upon hearing of her father’s acceptance of the relationship, she rushes to apprehend Raj, who has already boarded the train.

While Kajol got the love for her post, her co-star Shah Rukh Khan did not accept the day.

Yash Raj Films, who produced the film, took to their social media to share a montage of some of the popular scenes from the film. He captioned the post, “A timeless film that made us believe in romance and will remain in our hearts forever.”

just have a look:

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Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, which won the National Award for Best Popular Film, starred legendary actors including the late Amrish Puri, Farida Jalal, Satish Shah, Himani Shivpuri, Anupam Kher, Parmeet Sethi and Mandira Bedi. The film is one of the highest-grossing Bollywood films and was screened at Maratha Mandir Theater in Mumbai for a record 23 years. In an interview with TOI, Manoj Desai, executive director of Maratha Mandir confirmed that the film will continue its matinee show, saying, “I am continuing ‘DDLJ’ in Maratha Mandir pehle jaali bhi (as before). “

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